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8th October 2014
Construction is moving apace in Obertilliach, Austria, ahead of the Bond 24 production
By MI6 Staff
As MI6 first reported last month, construction for Bond 24 has begun in Obertilliach, Austria.
The pre-production team are busy constructing a large house which will be destroyed during the film.
Local reports are stating that power poles have been removed along a forest path in preparation of filming an airplane crash. Two aircraft are being transported to the location.
Daniel Craig is expected to be on location for at least three days, but it has been claimed that the scenes set in Obertilliach will take up about 25 minutes of screen time.
The 24th James Bond film starts principal photography on December 6th, 2014.
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